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Speedway Children’s Charities to Host 5th Ann. Clay Shoot, NRA Fdn. Returns as Presenting Sponsor

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The Kentucky Chapter of Speedway Children’s Charities (SCC) will host its 5th Annual Pulling for Kids Charity Clay Shoot presented by The NRA Foundation on Wednesday, July 5, 2017. The event will once again be held at Elk Creek Hunt Club in Owenton, Kentucky, a world-class sporting clays facility.

“The NRA Foundation has shown great support to SCC by committing to be the Presenting Sponsor every year we’ve hosted our charity clay shoot,” says Kentucky Chapter Director Dayna Winslette. “They believe in our mission and vision for helping children in our local community and dedicate funding to support these efforts year after year. Their one contribution allows us to fund multiple grants to non-profit children’s organizations in our own backyard. We couldn’t ask for a better partner in this endeavor.”

Teams and sponsorships for this event are available only through pre-registration with SCC and are first-come, first-served. Because this event is for a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, contributions over the Fair Market Value of each item with a retail value are tax-deductible.

Businesses may purchase a team of four participants for $1,500 on or before the Early Bird Deadline of Friday, June 2. The price increases to $1,750 thereafter, with a Final Deadline of Friday, June 16.

Businesses may also upgrade and become a sponsor of this event, adding assets to their experience to show further support for SCC. Sponsorship levels range from $2,000 to $7,500, include at least one team of four and feature sponsorship level exclusivity. A complete list of assets for each can be obtained by contacting SCC directly.

The event provides one-on-one interaction with other local business representatives, entertainment by a professional trick shooter and the opportunity to shoot alongside NASCAR drivers and other celebrities in attendance. Team registration includes golf cart and gun rentals, ear and eye protection, ammunition, sporting clays, meal and participant gift bag.

Monetary donations towards this event, without purchasing a sponsorship or team, are also being accepted until Friday, August 4.

For additional information about this event, please visit SCC’s website athttp://kentucky.speedwaycharities.org/ or contact Dayna Winslette atdwinslette@kentuckyspeedway.com or 859-567-3417. SCC can also be found on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat by searching “SCCKentucky.”

ABOUT THE KENTUCKY CHAPTER OF SCC:

Operating as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, the Kentucky Chapter of SCC is dedicated to helping children improve their quality of life, and through its various events and activities, the chapter strives to raise critical funds and provide grants to non-profit children’s organizations in Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana. The chapter has partnered with Feed the Children to distribute over 680,000 pounds of food and supplies to almost 14,000 families in need. It has also hosted several fundraising events, such as the Ride of a Lifetime Live Auction, Clay Shoot, Annual Dinner, Cornhole Tournament, memorabilia auctions and more. Over the past three years, the chapter has raised and awarded over $226,000 in grant funding to several organizations serving children in need in the local community. Since its inception in 2011, the Kentucky Chapter of SCC and Kentucky Speedway have distributed a total of $536,000 in funding and assistance in the local area. For additional information about the chapter and its 2017 schedule of events, please visithttp://kentucky.speedwaycharities.org/.

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